Singapore Guide | Music – Rocketswan
Genre: Garage Rock/Surf Pop/Dreampop
Though their name consists of a seemingly random amalgamation of unrelated themes, rocketswan’s fuzzy girl-fronted lo-fi surf pop has got nothing odd about it. Their equally randomly-titled debut EP “my name is Abel, how do you do”, which has been entirely written, recorded, and produced by the band themselves, evoked dreamy vibes reminiscent of bands like Cults and Yuck. Between their atmospheric sound and catchy riffs, complimented by Rachael’s ethereal vocals; the reverb-heavy production and their fuzzed-out nods to the Swinging Sixties is both accessible and relatable.
The multi-talented quintet, which came together for a school competition, has come a long way since then and has garnered much critical commendations in various local and regional reviews.
Why we love Rocketswan: Nothing lovelier than fuzzy dream pop tunes to make your day!
Images courtesy of Rocketswan
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